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https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/7bad07_6a...bbcaf6.pdf

                                                Thanks be to Our Lord And Savior Jesus Christ !
Praise God.
Will he return to his parish? Or will he be given a diffrent parish?
                                            Father Phillips has been cleared, yet will not be allowed to return to St John Cantius church http://www.cantius.org/go/news/detail/re...llips_c.r/ and http://mahoundsparadise.blogspot.com/201...ut-at.html  The only possible explanation is that acting Cardinal Blaise Cupich, a man who openly encourages mortal sin, is seeking to destroy the traditional order.
(06-24-2018, 08:04 AM)Eric F Wrote: [ -> ]Blaise Cupich, a man who openly encourages mortal sin, is seeking to destroy the traditional order.

Which is exactly what I said at the very beginning of this entire mess. Whether or not Fr Phillips was innocent or guilty, Cupich, seeing the hatred for Tradition coming out of the Vatican, decided to score brownie points by destroying a Traditional Order, just as his boss has worked to destroy the FFI and the SMOM.
This sounds like good news! I haven't heard the background to this story. Was the priest accused of sexual misconduct, or something?
More on the case
                                                          EXCLUSIVE: Text of Fr. Phillips Canon Law Letter to Cupich

                                                         http://mahoundsparadise.blogspot.com/201...n-law.html
And from the Chicago Tribune

 Komie said the review board found Phillips had not violated any civil, canon or criminal law and that there was “no justification” for the allegations.
Although Phillips was not found to have violated any church or secular law, archdiocese spokeswoman Paula Waters said there was other information that warranted his removal and a continued ban on his administering sacraments in public within the archdiocese. Waters declined to detail the findings against Phillips. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local...story.html

                                          In other words, he wasn't guilty of any of the charges brought against, but we have other things against him we can't talk about.
(06-25-2018, 09:21 PM)Eric F Wrote: [ -> ]And from the Chicago Tribune

 Komie said the review board found Phillips had not violated any civil, canon or criminal law and that there was “no justification” for the allegations.
Although Phillips was not found to have violated any church or secular law, archdiocese spokeswoman Paula Waters said there was other information that warranted his removal and a continued ban on his administering sacraments in public within the archdiocese. Waters declined to detail the findings against Phillips. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local...story.html

                                          In other words, he wasn't guilty of any of the charges brought against, but we have other things against him we can't talk about.

Let us pay for him. This could work to his purification. St Alphonsus Ligouri and other founders of religious orders were also sanctioned in this life. In the next life they went to Heaven and they are in a better position to help us.
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